U.K. hip-hop duo Too Many T's draw lyrical inspiration from the golden era of hip-hop and pair it with a more modern approach to production.
Rappers Ross Standaloft and Leon Rhymes started working together in 2012 after meeting at a university house party. Their joint love of hip-hop, specifically pre-gangster era, and their individual rapping talents gave them an instant rapport; their complementary flows led to a free mixtape, The T.P., which appeared in 2013. From there the duo would release a further EP, 'Running Wild'; however, it was their dedication to their live shows and festival appearances that caught the attention of the public, and along the way they joined a number of their inspirations on tour, including support slots for Snoop Dogg, Big Daddy Kane, De La Soul and Public Enemy. 2017 saw the release of their debut full-length, South City, which featured productions from Flux Pavilion and long-time collaborator OdjBox. ~ Liam Martin, Rovi